Millie Mackintosh has revealed she's started packing her hospital bag in preparation to welcome her baby girl in two months time.
The 30 year old, who is due in May this year, took to her Instagram Stories to share a sneak preview of what she'll be including in her small suitcase for when the time comes.
In the snap, a selection of items can be seen spread out onto the edge of a bed, including pink and white coloured baby grows, small cardigans, hats, muslins and diapers.
Towards the other side of the bed some personal items that she'll be needing for her trip can be seen, including a pair of slippers, a make up bag, a water bottle, towels and some clothes.
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Posting a photo of the contents on the social media channel, Millie wrote over it: "I started packing my hospital bag!"
Millie, who recently admitted her daughter's arrival is "getting very real" after she and her 33 year old husband built her cot, then promised her 1.3 million followers that she would film an IGTV video specifically to show them what will be included in the hospital bag.
It comes as the former Made In Chelsea star recently slammed people who have been commenting on the size of her bump as their opinions lead her to "question her body".
She took to Instagram to share a stunning selfie of herself from a side-profile angle, showing off her growing baby bump.
The reality star looked stunning as she posed in a white bra and rolled down green overalls inside her bedroom. A second photo sees the star from a few months earlier, where her bump looks considerably smaller.
Millie, who recently revealed which foods she's been craving throughout her pregnancy, captioned it: "Something that has bothered me throughout my pregnancy is people commenting on the size of my bump.
"I started showing quite early and people have openly commented on my appearance and size from the moment I announced I was pregnant."
The mum-to-be continued by explaining the opinions of others made her question whether her due date is actually earlier than expected.
She said: "Opinions have only continued as the months rolled by, so much so I even asked my obstetrician if he was sure my due date was correct and then started quizzing him if was sure I wasn’t having twins?!" [sic]
To gain some insight, the brunette-beauty turned to an app on her phone. She continued: "Peoples statements were starting to make me question if my body was doing something out of the ordinary, so I turned to @peanut to get advice from other women.
"The app has been an amazing support system for me.
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"As soon as I voiced my concerns, I was flooded with responses from women experiencing similar things and also mum's who have since had their babies but did go through the same bump-sized ‘shaming'.
"It’s so refreshing to be a part of a community where women are sharing advice and information (especially in the current situation we find ourselves)."
"Connection is a fundamental part of being human (albeit at a distance right now), so I encourage any mums, mums-to-be or those trying to conceive to join @peanut.
"A sense of community is really important and I personally feel a great deal better since I’ve started sharing my stories #AD #peanutapp," she added alongside a pink heart emoji.
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